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Brenda Rogers
In Memory of
Brenda Ellen
Rogers
1941 - 2017
Memorial Candle Tribute From
Westfield Chapel Funeral Home
"We are honored to provide this Book of Memories to the family."
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Memorial Candle Tribute From
Geri Gilbertson Friend and Neighbor
"Know you are in a better place but will forever miss you."
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Memorial Candle Tribute From
Ruth Pianalto
"Rest in Peace, Brenda ✨"
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Condolence From: Robyn Petty Ratliff
Condolence: She was my Aunt Brenda. My mother's sister. I loved her and will miss her. Too many memories.
Sunday January 14, 2018
Condolence From: Philip Taldo
Condolence: I was barely a teenager in the early 60's when I first remember Brenda . She was sitting at the kitchen table at Nono Silvio and Nonie Emelia Pianalto's house waiting for Bobby to get a shower from a days work so they could head out on a date. Bobby had just returned from California where he had worked and attend college for several years ,living with His sister Pauline Weathers and family. There was a little stir about Brenda from Bob's sisters.....all I remember is that she was really cute! Working for Bobby in my teens, he and Brenda had married and were raising a family in a house on Klinc road that W.C. Rogers,Brenda's dad had given them and moved it there from the corner of Sunset & Dorman Streets in Springdale. I remember her as a loving wife and mother to a car load of kids. I remember going to Beaver Lake with them and skiing for my first time.I remember Bobby telling me several times how Brenda's dad, W.C. was making a lot of money in the real estate business, developing lots,building homes and owning a real estate office. Thank you Brenda for your part in many lives.
Sunday January 14, 2018
Condolence From: Barbara McCamey Ludwig
Condolence: I am so sorry about the death of Brenda. She was a lovely young lady when I first met her. One of my fondest memories of her was when I would baby sit Sheryl and Christi in Harmon.
Sunday January 14, 2018